How do I participate in developing and reviewing content on eviQ?
If you are a practising medical (consultant, fellow or trainee), nursing or allied health clinician and would like to participate in developing and reviewing content on eviQ, please complete the eviQ Reference Committee member registration.
What are eviQ reference committees?
eviQ reference committees are groups of clinicians (medical, nursing or allied health clinicians) who practice in the area of cancer genetics, blood and marrow transplant (BMT), haematology, medical oncology or radiation oncology. Each of these content areas will have meetings at which the respective eviQ reference committees will review and discuss the content provided on eviQ based on current literature available at the time. Consensus must be reached before content may be approved and published on the site to ensure the content's currency, validity and credibility. Content is then reviewed periodically every one, two or five years according to the eviQ Stratified Review Process (see protocols and documents section above).
Who can be part of an eviQ reference committee?
All eligible clinicians as mentioned above are welcome to become eviQ reference committee members and attend meetings. Any conflicts of interest must be declared by members of an eviQ reference committee. This ensures eviQ maintains editorial independence across all of its processes and presents all content free from bias. If you are interested in being involved in an eviQ reference committee, please either complete the eviQ Reference Committee member registration or email email@example.com for more information.
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